Sadio Mane makes fan’s day as forward pulls up alongside their car for a quick chat after noticing Liverpool flags
- A Liverpool supporter was sitting in traffic when Sadio Mane pulled up
- The Senegal international wound down his window for a quick chat with the fans
- Mane saw the car’s Liverpool flags and discussed the Champions League final
- The Reds are set to go up against Tottenham in an all-English clash in Madrid
Sadio Mane made the day of a group of lucky Liverpool fans this week, after pulling up alongside them in traffic and stopping for a quick chat.
The Reds forward was driving through the city with a friend, before noticing the flags on the car nearby.
Winding down his window, Mane was seen smiling and giving a thumbs up before pausing for a brief conversation.
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Forward Sadio Mane made the day for a group of lucky Liverpool fans this week
The Senegal star and a friend pulled up next to a car of fans in traffic and stopped to talk
Beaming brighly, Mane had a quick chat about the upcoming Champions League final
The fan in question, named Megan, quickly recorded some footage on her mobile phone and later uploaded the action to Twitter.
‘As if i could love Mane any more, he was made up with the LFC flags on the car and pulled up next to us,’ she wrote.
In the quick conversation, Mane could be heard discussing the upcoming Champions League final in Madrid.
When asked whether he would be scoring in the crunch match, Mane’s friend replied on his behalf: ‘Yes! He’s going to score a hat-trick.’
Mane’s friend did most of the talking, and joked the forward was score a hat-trick in the final
Mane scored in last season’s Champions League final and is now bidding to win the trophy
Liverpool supporters have spent the last few weeks covering the city in flags for their team, as they prepare for yet another European final.
Following heartbreak in Kiev last season where Real Madrid took a 3-1 victory, Jurgen Klopp’s side overcame the odds to make the final two once again.
They will face Premier League rivals Tottenham in Madrid for what is the first all-English Champions League showdown since Manchester United went up against Chelsea in Moscow, 2008.